This white paper is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide on how install the IBM Connections 4.0 Metrics application on Red Hat Linux with IBM DB2. You will learn how to prepare DB2, and how to install/configure IBM Cognos and IBM Connections with the Metrics application on a one-node environment.
New to Connections? New to Linux? Learn along with me as I install Connections 4 on a RHEL 6.3 system!
Be a Hero in your organization and learn how to install Connections v4.
Use the Quick Start Guides listed below to install IBM Forms products.
Perhaps the biggest news around the release of Domino 8.5.3 is the free entitlement to Lotus Connections Files and Profiles. This is really big news. I can’t think of a single customer of mine that does not have some method of sharing files and some method of providing access to a directory of employees. The fact that they now are entitled to the foundation of what is arguably the best business social networking software on the market should have them all planning for the upgrade. While the entitlement to the software is free, there are still costs involved in implementing Lotus Connections. This article will help get you started with the planning process.
This document describes how to download and assemble IBM® Lotus® Connections 3.0 using the Passport Advantage Online website.
To install IBM Lotus Connections 3.0, download the required parts listed below.
The IBM Lotus Connections team will host a customer Webcast call about Guidance to a Successful Installation, Deployment, and Customization of Lotus Connections 3.0 on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 10AM ET 15:00 UTC.
Members from the IBM Lotus Connections Test and Development teams will give an audio and video presentation about installation, deployment and customization. Questions from the attendees will be answered after the presentation by the presenter and other Subject Matter Experts.
Advanced questions can be posted in the Webcast entry in the Lotus Connections Forum.
If you are interested in learning more about deployment before joining the call, refer to the deployment documents in the Lotus Connections Wiki .
Date: Wednesday, February 16th, 2011
Time: 10AM ET 15:00 UTC for 60 minutes
This Lotusphere 2010 presentation takes you through installing IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 on three machines, one of them dedicated to LDAP, in a pilot environment in less that two hours.
Lotus Sametime 8.5 setup can be fast, smooth, and easy when you know what you are doing. 120 minutes is all it takes — and this presentation shows you how. The new server architecture of Lotus Sametime 8.5 offers so many more options to deploy that it is not easy to know where to start. In this presentation from Lotusphere 2010, the presenters want to prove that it is possible to create a proof of concept setup very quickly, They install all the new Lotus Sametime 8.5 components: Lotus Sametime System Console, Community Server, Proxy Server, Meeting Server, Media Server, and the new Lotus Sametime Connect client. At the end of the presentation, you can experience how to maintain and administer the whole environment from the new Lotus Sametime System Console.
New Video Tutorial
Sametime Mobile Connect is a Sametime client designed specifically for Smartphone and Blackberry devices, providing the awareness and chat features that use the same buddy lists and groups already configured in user’s Sametime Connect or Notes embedded client. In this tutorial, created and moderated by world-class expert, Gabriella Davis of the Turtle Partnership, and sponsored by GSX Groupware Solutions, you get step-by-step instruction on configuring your Sametime server in a way that will allow Smartphone and Blackberry users to install Sametime Mobile Connect by browsing to a URL. You learn the ins and outs of Setting up an OTA (over the air) install for Sametime Mobile Connect software from a BES, and we drill down into the best configuration options and features for Sametime Mobile Connect based on your device. Plus, Gabriella shows you how to identify the real-life limitations of Sametime Mobile Connect.
Check out the video tutorial today at http://www.lotususergroup.org/media/MediaPush.nsf/wp_open2?openform&id=55EE0B9EAA9387088625752F005CBBEA
Thanks to my man Jon Mell, he’s put together a good Lotus Connections Install Guide. I’ve included it in this post for your reference.